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Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)
Bloomberg
Dec 7, 2013 10:00pm EST
security, and you just laid out the most important thing in israel's security. what the israeli defense force has become. when will israel feel secure enough so that it can make a kind of agreement so that it would ensure a two-state solution? many are arguing now that that idea is slipping away. because of the demographics, and other factors. >> it is a very, dated issue. when you ask me when will israel feel secure, a statement by golda mehr comes to mind when she said, we will forgive you for killing our children. we will never forgive you for forcing us to kill yours. what i'm trying to say, israel is reaching out for peace. not because there is a big love between the arabs and the jews, but because it is in israel's interest. even hawks like prime minister netanyahu understand that. against many in his own party he said, two states for two people. now, the devil is in the details, but in the name of the government of israel benjamin netanyahu made that statement. >> the present secretary of state, the present president, the former president bill clinton, former secretary of state h
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 10:00pm EST
to go forward, when to go on the defensive -- >> these are basic principles of boxing as a sport. you must, even before you actually don the gloves, you must have the basic rules of the game. to be able to advance, go forward, if you can put out your enemy, you must do so. in fighting, if your rival is superior, you stay out. you circle around, you concentrate on body punches and wear him down. you have to study your enemy before you go to the ring, but more important is to study him in the ring. >> and don't take your eyes off where his hands are. >> of course. it is a basic rule of the sport, but it is also a basic rule of the military. >> so if you are in the boxing metaphor, where are you? opponent? areour you in the 14th round? >> we are negotiating. and when you are negotiating in regards to a country, you're not thinking about victory. you're not thinking about victory for yourself. you don't want your opponent to be a loser. you are thinking of a victory for the people as a whole. south africa must have the victory. therefore, i would hesitate to see any political party weaken
PBS
Dec 6, 2013 12:00pm PST
. it is what the israeli defense force has become. when will israel still secure enough so that it can make a kind of agreement so that it would ensure a two-state solution because many are arguing now that that ideal is slipping away because of demographics and other factors. >> it really is a very complicated issue. and when you ask me when will israel feel secure. you know, a statement by golda meier comes to mind when she said we will forgive you for killing our children. we will never forgive you for forcing us to kill yours. what i am trying to say to you is that israel has its hands outreaching for peace. not because there's a big love between the arabs and the jews but because it's in israel's interest. and even hawks like prime minister netanyahu understands that, took it to heart, and against many in his own party it came out and said two states for two people. now the devil is in the details but in the name of the government of israel benjamin netanyahu -- >> rose: the president of the information the former president bill clinton the former secretary of state hillary clinto
PBS
Dec 7, 2013 12:00am PST
to go on defensive, when to negotiate. >> the basic principles of boxing as a sport, you must even before you actually put on the gloves, you must be taught the basic rules of the game, and to be able to advance, to go forward, you can put out your enemy, your opponent, you must do so. but when, in fighting, your rival is superior, you stay out and you keep him away, and you sit around, you concentrate on the punches and wear him down and you have to stand to your enemy even before you go to the ring, but even more important, study him in the ring, and don't take things for granted. >> rose: and don't take your eyes off of where his hand are? >> well, absolutely, you must concentrate. so what i said are the basic rules of the sport, of course, they are it is basic rule of the military and so on. >> rose: and so, therefore, what is your posture now in terms of offensive, defensive? you obviously defeated your opponent or are you in the 13th round or the 14th round, where are you using the boxing metaphor? >> no. we are negotiating and when you are negotiating, in regard to your coun
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